Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Talented multitasker with expertise in analyzing, articulating and solving various business problems. Analytical and organized professional comfortable working independently or as part of team. Flexible with changing assignments and specific needs of different projects. Decisive and thorough professional focused on developing realistic solutions for consumer, employee and operations concerns. Thrives under pressure to deliver promised results and exceed business targets.

  • Search and seizure
  • Evidence storage
  • Safety and security
  • Emergency planning
  • Search and seizure procedures
  • Evidence collection protocols
  • Report writing
  • Team Bonding
  • De-escalation techniques
  • Surveillance
  • Crime prevention models
  • Relationship building and management
  • Dispatch
  • Defensive tactics training
  • File and records management
  • Emergency Management
  • Self-defense training
  • Emergency Response
  • Safety improvements
Work History
02/2002 to Current
Senior Officer Specialist Federal Bureau Of Prisons City, STATE,
  • Observed and supervised inmates throughout visits, meal time, recreation, phone calls and showers.
  • Tracked inmates through head counts, visitor logs and scheduled activities.
  • Escorted inmates to and from cells, court, hospitals and medical appointments.
  • Prepared, processed and maintained forms, reports, logs, records and activity journals.
  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
03/2003 to 04/2021
Auto Parts Salesman Pepboys Parts And Auto City, STATE,
  • Reached out to vendors outside usual network to find parts not available from traditional sources.
  • Stocked and managed stock of parts.
  • Inspected parts for defects, removing damaged parts and replacing with new ones.
  • Ordered parts from various distributors to fulfill demands.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions with parts diagnostic equipment after looking at damaged unit in depth.
  • Used and maintained knowledge of stock numbering system and properly categorized for easy access and organization.
  • Maintained extensive understanding of common problems with faulty parts and methods for repair.
  • Recommended alternative parts if necessary and taught customers fundamentals of part modification, replacement or repair.
  • Identified specific replacement parts to meet customers' needs, making accurate suggestions with confidence.
  • Measured and assessed parts to determine which ones to machine modify to necessary size.
  • Assisted customers in finding appropriate parts promptly.
  • Processed and reshelved return orders, checking for discrepancies, potential usage or any type of damage.
  • Delivered merchandise to business locations for use in auto repairs or direct sales.
  • Trained and mentored junior employees on regulations, best practices and performance strategies.
  • Moved automotive repair parts to designated bays for deliveries using manual equipment while overseeing safety procedures.
  • Maintained clean and neat parts counter and sales floor.
  • Organized parts storage and stocked inventory according to established guidelines.
  • Greeted customers via telephone and in person to answer questions, resolve concerns and complete sales.
  • Adhered to company guidelines for performance and compliance.
  • Ordered parts for customers and repair shops to make repairs for their vehicles or just upgrades.
  • Researched vehicles and parts via physical catalogs and electronic means.
  • Reviewed current processes and procedures and implemented proactive adjustments to maintain quality, service and sales standards.
03/1994 to 01/2002
Auto Parts Manager Autozone City, STATE,
  • Bolstered sales and inventory management by effectively controlling daily parts program activities.
  • Oversaw employee performance, corrected problems and increased efficiency to maintain productivity targets.
  • Analyzed sales trends to follow demands of customers and in-shop needs.
  • Trained team members in successful strategies to meet operational and sales targets.
  • Mitigated financial discrepancies by managing returns, damaged goods and back orders.
  • Rearranged parts department to better serve changing trends.
  • Mitigated financial discrepancies by managing returns, damaged goods and back orders.
  • Offered hands-on assistance to customers, assessing needs and maintaining current knowledge of consumer preferences.
  • Processed and reshelved return orders, checking for damage and potential usage.
  • Strengthened merchandising and promotional strategies to drive customer engagement and boost sales.
  • Reduced expense spending by securing low-cost inventory for customers to drive increased sales and improve customer loyalty.
  • Submitted reports to senior management to aid in business decision-making and planning.
Expected in
No Degree: Helicopter Repair
US Army Aviation Training For MOS 67 N - Fort Rucker, AL,
Expected in 05/1984
High School Diploma:
Thomson High School - Thomson, GA

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